So you know my Soft Gluten Free Roll Recipe? Well, when those rolls start to get stale (2-3 days) there's a couple of options you can do with them. You can make breadcrumbs (and then turn it into my Gluten Free Stuffing) or you could make the type of breadcrumbs you put on salads.
Well, introducing a new favorite: French Toast Sticks. These are great finger foods for little ones and I found that Audrey actually eats less dip than if I poured it over the entire toast! Now if you're little one has discover the dip and lick method, that might be a different story for you... ;)
A great BONUS- these babies freeze too! I simply throw them in a freezer bag and defrost them with our toaster oven when I need a quick no-hassle breakfast. You could also microwave or put them into the oven to warm them back up.
Gluten Free French Toast Sticks
Created by jalene
- 2-3 My Soft Gluten Free Rolls (I used 2 day old ones)
- 1 egg
- 1-2 Tbsp milk (use almond or rice milk to make it dairy free)
- Preheat your skillet. Beat the egg and milk together. Set aside.
- Slice off an 1/8th of an inch of the top and bottom of each roll. Then Slice it into 3 round disks. (Our rolls were made in a muffin tin so if yours were made differently just simply try to slice them in bread-width sections.
- Dip the disks in the egg mixture, coating each side. Then cook each side until brown and golden. Cut into sticks and serve with a dip of your choice: Sugar Free Syrup, Maple Syrup, Unsweetened Applesauce, jam, etc.
A Family Favorite...
So, keep in mind I don't get paid to endorse anything so ANY opinions are ours.... I just wanted to tell you about this Sugar Free Maple Syrup that we LOVE! It's made from Malitol and uses natural maple syrup flavoring instead of imitation or caramel color. It's great when I don't want Audrey to be consuming TONS of sugar for breakfast.